Medicaid cuts are reductions in increased budget spending but the impact on your future long-term care has become a big concern. What is the impact and will private LTC insurance be an answer?
Individuals with Long-Term Care Insurance receive 35% more hours of quality care in the setting they desire according to a study. Quality care, asset protection and relief of family burden are big benefits.
A new report shows we are an aging nation. This will impact your future retirement plan and health costs including long-term care which could mean outliving your money.
If you are a senior (or know one) traveling is a great thing to look forward to. However, simple tips will make that experience better and provide peace-of-mind for loved ones.
With our aging population, chronic diseases that compromise skin integrity such as diabetes and peripheral vascular disease are becoming increasingly common especially in long-term care situations. Careful attention and quality care are key.
A commonly known fact is that sleep is an essential part of our well-being. Many deprived from a good-night’s sleep will complain about a headache the next morning.
An AP poll suggests most Americans favor government run Long-Term Care services despite other options and the potential impact on taxpayers.
Caregiving is hard on families, even harder when caring for those with Alzheimer’s. Training is available when no advance plan exists and family must step in.
Hip fractures are one of the cost common injuries an older person will face. Often the result will require long-term care.